I'm currently a Ph.D. student in the doctoral program of the "International Max Planck Research School on Adapting Behavior in a Fundamentally Uncertain World" at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany), and I plan to submit my thesis December 2018.
During my 3.5 years as a Ph.D. student in economics I conducted a research stay at YALE University hosted by Jason Dana (September - December 2017). I was also invited to present at several international workshops and conferences (Decision-Making for Others Conference 2018, Economic Science Association 2018, European Economic Association 2017; Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2017, 2nd Coller Conference) during my Ph.D..
"I think the biggest skill I acquired in my Ph.D. was learning to work amid uncertainty – diving into a new territory and figuring it out as I went along."
Research on the impact of automation on human behavior, the acceptance of self-driving cars, risk-preferences when deciding for others and the influence of an automated payment scheme on performance; using laboratory experiments and large-scale surveys
Optimization and management of the Supplier and Request Management System and the Supplier Performance Management System in cooperation with the internal IT-department and an external service provider; monitoring of supplier KIPs in SAP
Programming, conducting and supervising laboratory experiments; statistical analysis of research data; support on various research projects
Support in multiple financial service and valuation projects; team lead on an internal project to develop a knowledge management system
Working in and managing the student management consultancy society at Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (about 60 active members; organized in JCNetwork e.V.)
Support in project planning, controlling, accounting and production in the family owned business (automotive supplier)
Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Host: Prof. Jason Dana
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting, Mechanical Engineering
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting
Main Subjects: Finance & Accounting, Foreign Trade
I design, program and conduct large scale online surveys or experiments.
I use experimental lab studies to do research on human behavior.
I am able to analysing big data sets by using R or STATA.
I did research on how humans react to an artificial decision-making system.
I have a profound knowledge about mechanical processes.
I am interested in how people react to the use of algorithm in different domains.